Whether you’re returning to in-person work this fall, or you have remained on campus as an essential employee throughout the pandemic, we have resources to help you stay safe, supported, and healthy. As outlined in our Campus Re-opening Framework, all units are required to have detailed COVID-19 safety plans in place prior to resuming operations on campus.
Queen’s Continuity of Education Plan (CEP)
The CEP outlines the protocols and practices in place that will guide the university’s response in the event of a COVID-19 case on campus, and to ensure the continuity of teaching and learning in the event of emergency. The plan was developed with input from Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health. Read the CEP plan now.
Health & Safety
Find essential information about vaccination policies and access, COVID-19 testing availability, public health guidance, and campus operations, on our Health & Safety page.
Learn more about Health & Safety
There are many resources available to staff and faculty concerning procedures, wellness and transition supports, office safety, and more.
For more about how Queen’s is supporting employees, visit the HR website.
Teaching & Learning
Queen’s University Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal has developed several resources to help guide faculty and students during our safe return to campus.
Find out more on the Teaching and Learning website.
Faculty, staff, and students engaged in research can find frequent updates on COVID-19 impacts to research policies, procedures, and operations.
Learn more on the Vice-Principal (Research) website.
The university’s guidance on research and non-research related work travel—domestic or international—will continue to evolve as government regulations change.
Find the most current guidance on the Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration) website.
Faculty or staff planning on-campus events must comply with public health and university guidelines.
Learn more on the Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration) website.
Should your return-to-campus transition include remote working, Queen’s Information Technology Services has several resources available for technical support.
Find out more on the ITS website.
Throughout the pandemic, Queen’s libraries have been adapting operations to provide access to research materials, workspaces, and more.
For information, visit the Queen's Library website.